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Vol. LXV, No. 41
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
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(Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

TOUGH CHALLENGE: Princeton University field hockey star Erin Jennings, right, challenges a Yale player in Princeton’s recent 3-2 win over the Bulldogs. Senior co-captain and midfielder Jennings has helped hold the Tigers together as they have dealt with the absence of four All-American players who are taking a year off from school to play for the U.S. national program. After starting 2-4, Princeton is currently 5-6 overall and 2-1 in Ivy League action. Princeton heads to New England this weekend where it plays at Brown (3-8 overall, 0-3 Ivy) on October 15 and at No. 4 Connecticut (12-1) the next day.

With Jennings Organizing the Midfield, Princeton Field Hockey Starting to Click

Bill Alden

On one hand, the Princeton University field hockey team had plenty of reason to be disappointed after falling in overtime to visiting Wake Forest last Sunday.

Showing 1-2 Punch, Impressive Balance; PHS Girls’ Cross Country Turning Heads

Bill Alden

Competing against the Princeton High girls’ cross country team is like stepping into the ring with a skilled boxer.

With Trio of Freshman Stars Making Big Impact, PHS Field Hockey Excited for Tournament Time

Bill Alden

Julia DiTosto helped the John Witherspoon Middle school field hockey team go undefeated last fall as an eighth grader but thought it would be a while before she would make an impact for the Princeton High varsity squad.

With Star Goalie Golestani Showing Will, Talent Hun Girls’ Soccer Battles Pennington to 0-0 Draw

Bill Alden

As Lexi Golestani held the fort in goal for the Hun School girls’ soccer team against powerful Pennington last week, she looked to her left arm for inspiration.

Senior Star Dudeck Performs Double Duty As Hun Football Tops Lawrenceville 34-18

Bill Alden

After starting at quarterback last season for the Hun School football team, Dave Dudeck moved to wide receiver this fall for his final campaign with the program.


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